In article <78a451$dj4$1 at netnews.upenn.edu>, ellis at vesicle.dental.upenn.edu
If, by chance, you have acces to a Mac (I know you ask about Windows but you
might) or if you have one of the Mac emulators on your PC you can get a free
Mac programm from the web site of GCG. It converts figure files into PICT
files. Then I am sure that you can import the PICT file into you Window
program (at least Corel Draw and Canvas should do it).
Pascal_Bochet at brown.edu
>In article <785242$n2q at gap.cco.caltech.edu>, mathog at seqaxp.bio.caltech.eduwrites:
>|> >Thomas Burmeister wrote:
>|> >> Dear GCG users!
>|> >> I want to convert a GCG figure file into a graphics file that can be
>|> >> read with common applications running under Windows. Any suggestions
>|> >> how to do this?
>|> >> Thanks in advance for any answer (please mail a copy to tbu at gmx.net,
>|> >> since I am no regular visitor of this newsgroup).
>|>>Here is a procedure which works. Set your plotting device to HPGL. GCG will
>ask you what plotter you have, but it doesn't matter, choose the default.
>GCG asks you what device the plotter is attached to, enter the name of a file
>to receive the plotter commands. Then use the program, figure, to output
>the figure file to the HPGL file.
>>HPGL files can be imported into Corel Draw, and other PC or MAC drawing
>programs. An advantage of this procedure is that HPGL is a vector format,
>so that the resulting imported image in Corel Draw can be easily edited.
>Ellis Golub Phone: (215) 898-4629
>Biochemistry Department FAX: (215) 898-3695
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